Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
i will take it for free.
I use the Mozilla add-on DownThemAll.
this doesnt surprise me
doesn't work for the high res pics on GQ and its not automated.
with one click you get over 6gb of images with my app.
Are you talking about the slideshows? Those are indeed a little tricky.
I would possibly buy an app that downloads every WAYWT photo.
yah exactly. the ultra high res ones. mine does them all and the detail pics.
MAD LOLZ @ sq for being both greedy and amateurishly excited
I could build an 'app' for that in jQuery under 10min, cept I'd give it for free.
Some truly LOLworthy stuff here recently.
why you mad brah?
do it in 10 minutes. you have till 10:57
jquery could you be more of a noob?
you gonna get jquery to write to the filesystem through your butt?
hows your little jquery plugin coming along? did you get it to print hello world yet?
its been 40 minutes now. i'm not seein it lloyd.
So who's going to spend five bux, download every possible image, and make a rapidshare for us?
Raf Simons To Take Over At Yves Saint Laurent ?
i would do that myself but it's probably illegal.
that would be terrible. if people think raf's current collections are boring now, they would only get worse at yves which is extremely conservative.
his comment at the womens show was weird: "The last in my couture trilogy" was Raf Simons' description of today's (sep 24) Jil Sander show."
jil sander men
jil sander women
is that the trilogy he's referring to?
Wasn't one of the reasons Slimane got out of there so fast because of the extreme resistance he encountered to almost everything "forward-thinking"?
I think he was referring to specific Jil Sander collections. I can see it in the SS2011 womens stuff, but I'm at a loss as to what the third part of the "trilogy" would be.
There's zero need for your 'app' which is
(a) not cross-platform
(b) suspect - why would one implement such a simple task not in the standard, non-intrusive browser-based way but through a piece of crapware one has to install and incur security risks for
(c) and very likely not legal, ironically given what you posted above.
On that note, we've been actively looking at getting runway images for Paris, NYC, Milan, and Toyko fashion week shows, you know, legally. We probably would not have as many shows as does GQ, and I'd really like to get some of the Tokyo shows, since they are not nearly as well covered as the European and NYC shows, in the western media.
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